Loss restlessness and gain calmness: durable effects of losses and gains on choice switching.

Abstract

While the traditional conceptualization of the effect of losses focuses on bias in the subjective weight of losses compared with respective gains, some accounts suggest more global task-related effects of losses. Based on a recent attentional theory, we predicted a positive after-effect of losses on choice switching in later tasks. In two experimental… (More)
DOI: 10.3758/s13423-014-0749-4

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